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the 17 you're yo zone nations have agreed to give an additional loan of nearly $45 billion to greece. they say the debt reduction plan is on its way. the loan will be granted as early as next week. at a meeting last month, the euro zone nation ministers agreed in principle on aid for greece after the government carried out austerity and other measures as preconditions for additional loans. at that time they suspended the final decision on loans. they said they needed to determine if greece's bond buy-back program would be effective. at thursday's meeting they endorsed the buy back plan of the depreciated bonds. they will repurchase bonds from the private sector at a third of their face value. the ministers agreed on a separate loan of nearly $20 billion for greece by thend of next march. loans to greece were suspended for the past six months. >> today's decision on the greek package will remove the clouds that are hanging over greece. >> and the greek prime minister welcomed the decision calling it a big success for greece and a big success for europe. investors are still uncertain a
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: want g to that njust a moment. i want to get yo rection to what we're watching take place and to that -- t rear square at the presidentia palace in egypt. >> here is the good nws. there are 100,000 people left in ypt who want to protest a diatorship of sharia which is what we're going to see with te muslim brotherhood backi more cy and his regime ad his attempt at dictatorshi. it will be crushe the bad news is they will suppress this rebelllon. they will suppress it with the police and thh muslim brotherhood talks. at the end of the day, the chriian movement that used to exist, the coptic christian churches no loger a force to be reckoned with. secular muslims no longer have a role to play in th government, and utimately that rebounds to our disadvtage. our only real ally in that part of the world to my israel. >> and the reason we continue to fund this government cannot to continue the picies of which egypt is simply a part,ibya as well, the dstanceof which we have remained from events in sysyria without a clear cut policy. what are your houghts? >> well, thisserious itua
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>> good bhoerng to yo-- good mo to you i am heather nauert. >> i am heather brown. >> thank you for watching "fox friends first. >> a massive storm pounding the midwest turns deadly overnight. car crashes leaving 6 people dead. >> here's a look at why. drivers can barely see the road ahead of them. in a video it is a mess out there. fliers are traveling more than 1,000 flights have been canceled. >> snow totals are incredible for portions of wisconsin close to 20 inches of middleton cross lanes and even michigan at a foot of snow. and with the blowing snow that is causing the treacherous conditions on the roadways and in the air. i want to point out we have another storm moving in the pacific northwest and california. this is the main event millions of people live here millions of people traveling to get home. low pressure system is centered across the great lakes, the cold front associated with it moving across the northeast. that low will move into canada and the front will push offshore later on today. for now anywhere from philly to boston very messy. a lot of folks heading
out and we're watching yo melissa: on the ground in egypt what kind of influence can we really have? they cash a check we send but beyond that what other kind of help can we give? i'm not sure we'r welcome. >> we're not welcome, this regime, the morsi regime, muslim brotherhood compare it to the iranian regime 30 years ago. one of the platforms is creating anti-western propaganda within the country. that has been one of the things that happened -- helped them go forward. you have the presence of many different factions within egyptian society. that's what we need to cash in on. not in terms of finances but in terms of support. exactly what we should be doing in iran. we take more secular factions, people came to tahrir square, women, children, people being marginalized by the muslim brotherhood saying we support you. we want you to have a say in the future of egypt as a nation and we're going to help you. that is who we should be reaching out to. that is where the money should be spent on these more democratic and i hate to use that word in the sense of middle east becau for every c
would grow by 230,000 and their fortunes would soar by $1 trillion. yo under score the cost of the cliff, if no threat of a cliff at all, the number of millionaires would grow by 443,000, a 9% increase. the difference between no cliff and going over the cliff is more than 750,000 millionaires, or about $1.3 trillion in worth, the gdp of canada. i'm looking at the impact of economic growth on millionaires, not attacks which could reduce that growth but a cliff deal alone could be worth $1 trillion in new wealth and new millionaires. another reason why the folks in washington should keep on talking. >> really interesting stuff. so, while we have you, robert, let's talk about what we learned on oracle, announcing plans to pay out second quarter, third quarter and fourth quarter dividends this month. what is ceo larry ellison's cut on this? is it $199 million as reported a minute ago? >> it sounds like it's around $200 million. you had that great interview with him where he's talking about his dream of buying the lakers. this might help him do that. $200 million. his tax savings alone on thi
and the prime minister arguing with each other that would be the best. >> se: yo are part of t decision making process there for all the reasons we said. syria. >> well, deeply depressing. the assad regime -- l go. >> rose: how will it go? >> well, i think there are some encouraging signs it's so depressing and bloody and people are losing their lives but it seems to me that the opposition forces are making some ground. they're more unified than before. you can officially recognize as the future government of syria. i think that's encouraging but encouraging against the backdrop of a lot of people losing their lives. >> and libya? >> well, libya, obviously there was the awful attack on the u.s. consulate in benghazi and the death of a very brave american ambassador. you know that points to, of course, serious problems but it's again the backdrop n which it's been quite a success story since the war there. you do have a functioning government. auto revenues have come back and that's important because they can provide revenues for their general population. there's obvious a serious security prob
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what the paper is saying when "cbs this morning" returns. yo >> your realtime captioner: linda marie macdonald >>> hi, everyone. good morning. 7:26. i'm frank mallicoat. get you caught up with some bay area headlines now. >>> a fatal officer-involved shooting now under investigation. this morning in walnut creek police got a 911 call from an apartment on creekside way just after 3:00 a.m. they are not saying exactly what happened next. but a suspect was shot and killed by the police. no officers were injured. we'll have more details during the cbs eyewitness news coming up later at noontime. >>> a woman arrested after a fatal hit-and-run crash on twin peaks is due back in a san francisco courtroom on monday to enter a plea. the suspect's lawyer says she is studying to be a police officer. >>> got your traffic and weather for this thursday coming up right after the break. stay right there. [ laughter ] [ girl ] wow you guys have it easy. i wish i had u-verse when i was your age. in my day, we didn't have these fancy wireless receivers. blah blah blah
yo. okay. and curtis -- >> what would you expect on fox business channel [ sound effects ] >> stephanie: okay. sean hannity. >> considering the significant consequences of falling off of the fiscal cliff you have would think the president would have some kind of an interest in finding a solution to the problem. however, it is now becoming increasingly obvious something is standing in the way. a reporter at the "new york times" is admitting, well it may just be obama's arrogance. >> stephanie: oh! [ applause ] >> stephanie: arrogance! >> what do you think he won an election or something? >> stephanie: yeah. >> sheeesh. >> stephanie: dog whistle. >> were you impersonating a dog whistle. woo woo? >> no, i was not. >> you wouldn't hear a dog whistle. but that would distract the dog that was distracted by the farting machine. [ farting sounds ] >> even a monkey in a shearling coat would distract the dog. right >> stephanie: right. all right. rush limbaugh. >> i thought we were on track for much sooner than that. the obama plan to knock down america, obviousl
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they're talking about is giving you the right to work for less money yo. you only have to look to michigan to see how unions have built a strong year middle-class and stronger america. folks from our state capital to the nation's capital should be focused on the same thing. they should be working to make sure companies are able to make more great products. that is what they should be focused on. we do not want a race to the bottom. we want a race to the top. america is not going to compete based on low-wage, no workers right. that is not our competitive advantage. there always be some other country that can treat its workers even worse. right? what is going to make us succeed is we have the best workers, a low turnover, healthy that is what makes us strong. it is also what allows our workers to buy the products that we make. they have enough money in their pockets. we have to get past this whole situation where we manufacture crisis because of politics and we cannot focus on coming together to grow. we are seeing the same thing in washington. i am sure you have all heard the ta
♪ ♪ bow, bow, bow yippy yo yippy yay ♪ >> stephanie: is this for my new rescue puppy? he is so handsome and romantic. did you see they sent dogs to newtown. >> yes this was so touching. >> stephanie: each dog carries a business card. [ laughter ] >> stephanie: so you can stay in touch. >> how do you tweet out thumbs. [ applause ] >> awesome, oh my god. that is a great program. >> stephanie: i know. >> they go to different disaster zones to help people who are grieving and dealing with disasters. >> stephanie: yeah. >> that's awesome. >> stephanie: the first thing i have to do because nothing says love like lopping someone's nads off. he is not fixed. >> oh, boy. >> stephanie: interesting to -- we talked about this yesterday, the statistics by -- in different countries. >> yeah. [♪ "world news tonight" theme ♪] >> stephanie: this is from the view from the uk america's deadly obsession with guns. you can imagine people overseas reading these kinds of statistics. the president said this is the fourth time he has had to -- every day 80 americans are shot to death. every y
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